Champions Club Brugge will play Rasen Polsport RB Leipzig in the UEFA Champions League tonight. At the end of September, he won 2-1 in Germany, after goals by Ritz and Vanaken.
If that works out again tonight, third place and a ticket to the 1/16 finals of the Europa League will surely be won. Even if the club draw, it will be winter in the European League.
Or will Club Brugge even reach the 1/8 Champions League final? So he certainly shouldn’t lose this round against Leipzig.
In the European League, Antwerp managed to collect only one point (2-2 against Fenerbahce). For Brian Priske’s team, the task is very simple: win in Frankfurt or the match is over.
Not nearly impossible. In the first leg, the Germans won only after a penalty kick in extra time (0-1).
Racing Genk fights for second place in Group H in a head-to-head duel with Dinamo Zagreb.
If she wants to hibernate in the Europa League, she shouldn’t lose anyway. If so, he only has a chance of winning a ticket to the Conference League.
The only Belgian team to actually earn European football after the winter break is AA Gent. Against Cypriot club Anorthosis Famagusta, they can secure a collective victory in the Conference League:
- If Ghent wins,
- If Partizan loses
- Or if Ghent equalized and Partizan did not win.
You can follow the matches of the Belgian clubs in Europe live on our website, in our apps and in Sporza on Radio 1.
We also broadcast Dinamo Zagreb – Racing Genk on TV.
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